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Statistics show that one of the most common causes of relationship stress is money. But it doesn't have to be that way.

When money is a factor in divorce, the reason for the fighting is often less about how much money there is/isn't, and more about how to allocate what there is. Add on to that the complicated financial issues of owning/growing a business, and even differences in opinion that were once small can grow to monstrous disagreements. 

Yet, it is possible--and oh-so-rewarding--to learn how to step outside of the emotional quagmire that money fights can stir up and remain connected and united, working on the problem together until is is solved to your mutual satisfaction.  And doing so is easier than you think.

Fighting about the money can become especially problematic for couples in which one partner is an entrepreneur and the other is not. The entrepreneur is likely more comfortable with financial risk, may invest in their business with more readiness, and while their capacity to earn more exceeds that of their more practical partner, their capacity to lose it all can also be greater.


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